Top 10 Best Things About The Loud House Season 3Loud House's third season in my honest opinion is possibly the best season so far and here are just a few of the reasons why the third season was so good, though if you don't agree that's perfectly fine its just personal opinion.
During this season we got a lot of episode more centered on Lincoln's sisters with some episodes only having Lincoln in a minor role or not appear at all which is a nice change of pace as each sister gets their own time in the spotlight with Lori fearing she and Bobby are losing their connection with one another, Leni attempting to get her high school friends and co workers together as BFF's. Luna teaming with Sam in the Astonishing Race and Getting on America's Next Hitmaker only for the producers to force her to change her image to suit their approval, Luan taking part in the school play in hopes of being closer to her crush Benny, Lucy getting help from Luan to improve her poetry skills, Lynn having to deal with the jealousy of her friend Margo's new found stardom, Lana attempting to save a pair of fish's home from being turned into a warehouse, Lola being haunted by Lucy's creepy doll, Lisa being leaving home to work at an institution only to miss her family.
Ever since L is for Love Loud House fans have been anxiously awaiting for a follow up episode with Luna and Sam and fans finally got it in Racing Hearts and I can say it was well worth the near 2 year wait.
This season included 4 Loud House special episodes including: Tripped, Really Loud Music, The Loudest Thanksgiving and Cooked, hope to see more special episodes in season 4.
The show introduces new characters including Pop Pop's new girlfriend Myrtle, Stella Lincoln's new classmate and friend, as well as Ronnie Anne's new friends from the city Nikki, Casey and Sameer.
An let's not forget the drama teacher Mrs. Bernardo.